PCVRNews.com consolidates the latest and most relevant Virtual Reality news individually selected from dozens of sources into one website and provides unique reviews of Virtual Reality games and technology.
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An alternate reality enthusiast that has liked Virtual Reality since playing Dactyl Nightmare in an arcade in the early 1990s. It’s true, I bought a Nintendo Virtual Boy and although extremely disappointed I still had hope for VR because of reading about the prototypes of the Sega VR and the Atari Jaguar VR. Later on I ended up with an Forte VFX-1 which started to show the potential for the technology but was obviously not quite ready for prime time yet. I played around with phone VR for a while but still wanted something more immersive. Fast forward to the present with all the excellent VR options available and I remain very excited about how far it all has come along.
I wanted to make a VR news aggregation site with only the most interesting and relevant industry related news on it each day instead of a information overload or underload. I have found that there is a lot of duplication between technical and VR websites on their VR information, click-bait VR articles, and articles with just a couple quotes that are ultimately just indirect links to the real story. I’m already reading all the news I can find anyways and I always appreciate good aggregation of news for the sake of efficiency. I also like writing about my own VR gear and games so I just bring the best of it all into one location.
I’m currently running a computer I built from scratch with:
|Intel i7 Processor (~$299 – Check Amazon)|
|HTC Vive (~$599 – Check Amazon)|
|Mid-range Graphics Card (~$399 – Check Amazon) or see more options|
This setup works great for me.
I’m not planning on having any third-party ads on this website but I do use Amazon Affiliate Links to help pay for the costs of running a website. I only recommend products that I personally use or would use. The Amazon links redirect automatically based on your location so for example a US visitor with see the Amazon US product and a UK visitor will see the Amazon UK product. It doesn’t make the item cost more when you use these links but if something is purchased then I get a very small percentage of the sale for the referral. I have been shopping at Amazon.com for a long time and found them to be a great store.
Please feel free to post comments and opinions, but due to spammers if there is a link in the comment it will have to be approved. Other than that I have commenting set up with the easiest options I have available to make it as simple as possible to make for a more engaging site.